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The Padres will be wearing Navy-inspired camo threads for Sunday home games.

By SI Wire
December 01, 2015

The Padres will be wearing Navy-inspired camouflage uniforms for Sunday home games next season, the team announced Tuesday.

San Diego's new uniform is in line with the team’s long-standing tradition of honoring the military with its uniforms in addition to other programming. Players and manager Andy Green modeled the naval-inspired, navy-blue jerseys on the USS Theodore Roosevelt aircraft carrier currently docked in the city. The team’s standard navy blue hats and grey pants will be paired with the new-look tops.

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The Padres will also continue to wear their marine-themed jerseys on select dates, according to the San Diego Union-Tribune.

 

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